Frederick, Md. cornerback Darrick Scott has yet to pull in his first offer, however, several schools are close to offering. Little do the schools know, they may be receive a quick return on their investment for an offer to the 5-foot-10, 182-pound product of Governor Thomas Johnson High School.
Frederick, Md. cornerback/athlete Darrick Scott has received a lot of interest from schools around the country according to his father, Darrick Scott Sr. “Darrick has yet to receive an offer, but he is hearing from almost every school in the ACC, BYU, Florida, Illinois, West Virginia, and Syracuse,” Scott Sr. said.
The 5-foot-10, 182-pound product of Governor Thomas Johnson High School has had two schools really hot on his trail and close to offering. “BYU has told Darrick that they want to offer soon,” Scott Sr. said. “Illinois has been recruiting him really hard as well. Darrick has said that he wants to go to a school in the south or out west and whoever offers him first he will commit right away and get it over with.”
Darrick is still considering some schools close to home, despite his preference for warm weather. “Darrick is going to Maryland’s Junior Day on Feb. 23,” Scott Sr. said.
Scott is being recruited as a cornerback/athlete by most of the schools in contact with him. Scott burst on to the recruiting scene with his performance at the All American combine in San Antonio this past January. “Darrick had the second fastest 40 time down there are 4.48,” Scott Sr. said. “He also ran the shuttle in 4.19 and had a vertical leap around 34 inches.”
Scott will be attending the X-treme X-posure camp in June in New Jersey. Scott will also be attending a combine at Penn State in May.